NetBeans Task Repository Editor

In my last blog, I showed the configuration file, which stores  the properties of the Task Repositories. And I stated, NetBeans sadly offers the new-editor only. But there is an task repository editor! Weiterlesen

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NetBeans Task Repository

With NetBeans, you are able to find or report task. To do such, you need to add a repository first. If you choose „Team, Find tasks…“ or „Team, Report Tasks…“ you may define a new repository. For example, if you want to report tasks to the NetBeans team, you create a repository with the URL „https://netbeans.org/bugzilla“. Weiterlesen

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NetBeans and Java EE: Rename

As most of other modern IDEs, NetBeans supports a rename refactoring. Focus the variable, methods, class etc. you want to rename and press Ctrl+R. Alternatively you may open a context menu and choose „Refactor, Rename“. The rename not only affects your Java code. If you use JSF as Java EE frontend, then the rename affects the JSF page too. But, there are some restrictions and useful features to know. Weiterlesen

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NetCAT 8.1 started today

Today the NetBeans Community Acceptance Testing (NetCAT) program started. If you like to help improving this great IDE, please sign up for this program [1]. Need some more information first? Go to the NetCAT page [2].

All you have to do, is use the development version and to report bugs, if you find. And if you like, join a tribe of your interest and perform madditional testing. Be on the bleeding edge!

 

[1] services.netbeans.org/dashboard/web/netcat_signup.php
[2] wiki.netbeans.org/NetCAT

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NetBeans and Java EE: Application servers

Starting development with NetBeans and Java EE is really simple. Just install a Java development Kit (JDK) and the NetBeans Java EE edition. The full Java EE stack is available to you, including GlassFish application server.

If you’re using Microsoft Windows as operating system, GlassFish is installed below the „Program Files“ folder. In an enterprise environment, the installation is often provided by administrative stuff whereas you might not have write access to this directory. In such situation, how would it be possible to deploy an application to that server? Weiterlesen

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